Facilities

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The two-story Krone Advising Center, a part of Morningside College’s new Academic Village, centralizes student success offices and specializes in providing support for first-year students.
5/27/2015
This new facility includes spaces for academic opportunities and for advising first-year students
The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, also known as DKE, sued Wesleyan University after  its members were told they wouldn’t be allowed to live in their house next school year.
5/20/2015
Gender equity or a move to shutter traditional fraternities?
While it can be risky for people with physical disabilities to navigate between facilities outdoors, tunnels on campuses such as Wright State U allow for smooth building-to-building movement.
4/30/2015
Addressing need-to-know and curious-about questions related to pedestrian passageways and maintenance tunnels below campus
Hyperlocal food service: UMass Amherst Chef Don Sabola selects cherry tomatoes with Joe Czajkowski, owner and operator of Czajkowski Farms, which is less than two miles from campus. The university is set to invest more than $3 million in locally grown food annually.
4/28/2015
Energy efficient, low-waste and locally-sourced dining gets institutions closer to overall environmental goals

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